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245 00 Applications of CALL theory in ESL and EFL environments
       |h[electronic resource] /|cJmes Perren, Jin-suk Byun, Seth
       Cervantes and Setareh Safavi, editors 
260    Hershey, Pennsylvania :|bIGI Global,|c[2017] 
300    1 online resource (xxviii, 360 p.) 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  Chapter 1. A theoretically informed approach to 
       collaborative writing in EAP contexts using web-based 
       technologies -- Chapter 2. Beyond determinism and 
       instrumentalism: re-conceptualizing technology for CALL --
       Chapter 3.Understanding idiomaticity in CALL -- Chapter 4.
       Establishing a praxis between SLA theory and CALL-based 
       practices -- Chapter 5. Contextual factors of online 
       teacher education in TESOL: an activity theory perspective
       -- Chapter 6. Teachers’ uses and beliefs in the 
       integration of YouTube videos Into English language -- 
       Chapter 7. The pitfalls and promises of electronic 
       portfolio assessment with secondary English language 
       learnersteaching: a comparison between ESL and EFL 
       contexts -- Chapter 8. Embracing computer corpora in the 
       language learning classroom and using it in your classroom
       -- Chapter 9. Teaching English grammar in a hybrid 
       academic ESL Course -- Chapter 10. A CALL-mediated course 
       to enhance EFL pre-service teachers’ engagement -- Chapter
       11. Technology-integrated teaching and assessment: ESP at 
       the University of Bucharest -- Chapter 12. Using feedback 
       in ESL and EFL asynchronous online environments -- Chapter
       13. Flipped learning in TESOL: past, present, and future -
       - Chapter 14. The usefulness of massive multiplayer online
       role playing games (MMORPGs) as tools for promoting second
       language acquisition -- Chapter 15. Eres un gamer? 
       Engaging transnational children in game-ecology language 
       and identity -- Chapter 16. Augmented reality: a brief 
       introduction, its potentials, and implications in language
       education socialization within the EFL environment 
506    Restricted to subscribers or individual electronic text 
       purchasers 
520    This book presents the best practices in CALL research 
       such as areas related to online teaching with English 
       language learners. The works apply various established and
       emerging theoretical frameworks to systematic and rigorous
       data collection and analysis. They highlight effective 
       CALL-based ESL/EFL curriculum 
650  0 English language|xStudy and teaching|xComputer-assisted 
       instruction for foreign speakers 
650  0 English language|xStudy and teaching|xForeign speakers
       |xTechnological innovations 
650  0 English language|xStudy and teaching|xData processing 
650  0 Language and languages|xComputer-assisted instruction 
650  0 Language and languages|xStudy and teaching|xTechnological 
       innovations 
650  0 Language and languages|xStudy and teaching|xData 
       processing 
650  0 Second language acquisition|vTechnological innovations 
650  0 Second language acquisition|vInteractive media, 
650  0 Interlanguage (Language learning)|vInteractive media 
650  0 Online data processing 
700 1  Perren, James M.,|eeditor 
700 1  Byun, Jin-suk,|d1964-|eeditor 
700 1  Cervantes, Seth,|eeditor 
700 1  Safavi, Setareh,|eeditor 
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